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March Wrap-Up

Hello everyone!

You might have noticed my absence (or not 😁) for the past few days. It’s because I haven’t been feeling so good lately. I’ve been feeling lethargic and all I was able to do is lie down and hope that I’ll get better. I blame it all on the unpredictable weather. Really. 😁 2 years in France and I still can’t seem to adjust to the cold. I miss the tropic especially now that it’s summer over in the Philippines and everyone I know seems to be enjoying the sun. I’m kinda homesick, I guess. On the bright side, I did manage to get a bit of reading done in between eating and sleeping and after a few days of being tied to the bed, I’m feeling so much better. Β 

So, anyway, I’m back now for a wrap-up from last month. I’ve got to say, it looks like I got my mojo back. Not only when it comes to reading, (hey, I managed to squeeze in 8 books!) but also blogging-wise. Not so much blog post but still kinda regular. Slowly getting there. 😁 Anyhow, let’s get to the monthly recap, yeah?

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It was really hard to choose a favorite because I happened to read great books last month that I give most a 4 and above rating. In the end, I’ll go with the clever yet dark The Camera Lies.



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Despite reading a total of 8 books, I am sadly still 6 books behind schedule. I’m still chill, though. There’s still plenty of time to get things back on track. πŸ™‚


That’s it for me! How about yours? How are you guys doingΒ with your reading challenge? I hope you’re doing better than me. 😁

Till next time!


9 thoughts on “March Wrap-Up

  1. I have fallen behind on my Goodreads challenge as well because of a slump I was in in February I think I am currently 4 or 5 books behind schedule of reaching my goal of 100. Like you said though we still have plenty of time to get back on track.

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    1. It’s really hard to get out of a reading slump. No matter how good the story is as long as you don’t feel any enthusiasm to read, it won’t help at all. Good luck with the challenge! πŸ™‚

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  2. Glad to see you back posting, sorry to hear that you are homesick though. So far I am doing well with my reading challenges, but I mainly set low ones because I don’t want to put too much pressure on myself. I used to set mine a lot higher and it took the fun out of reading. I ended up speed reading everything and not really reading, if that makes sense?

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    1. Totally. I get what you mean. Been there a lot of times. I even opted to read shorter books just so I can complete my challenge. I put mine higher, though, so I’ll be motivated to read instead of spending too much time on my phone. 😁

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